2005 News Stories

SCV Supports Leaders And Ousts Dissidents
Development Threatens Shepherdstown Battlefield
Museum, Land Slated For First Purchase To Expand Wilson's Creek National Battlefield
State Reneges On Spotsylvania Bypass
Teen Historian Launches His Career With Color Book
CWPT Buys 55 Acres At Champion Hill, Miss. Battlefield
SVermont Brigade Monument Is Readied For The Wilderness
NPS Retirees Fault Agency's Draft 2006 Management Policy.
Pamplin Park Buys Gladstone African American Collection
Hooker Headquarters House At Kennesaw Mountain Threatened
Struggle Is On To Save Stafford County, Va. Crow's Nest Site
Coker House Restoration Moving Forward at Champion Hill, Miss.
Recognition Planned For Cape Girardeau's Fort D
First Brian Pohanka Bequests Top $1 Million
Jefferson Davis' Beauvoir Faces Long Recovery After Katrina
Little Blue Battlefield is Placed on Missouri's List of Endangered Places
Hurricane Katrina Hits Civil War Sites
Gettysburg Battlefield Hours To Change
Acquisition Completes 'Corner' of Antietam Battlefield
New Museum Will Honor Civil War Chaplains
Plan for Five Forks Visitor Center Makes Progress
Oct. 1 Vermont Expo To Raise Preservation Funds
Franklin, Tenn., Fundraisers Talk About 'Miracles'
'Retreat' From Gettysburg Event Is Oct. 8, 9
Only Two Acres Around Confederate Shoupades & Redan Saved in Georgia
Wilson's Creek Foundation Acquires 157 Acres, Raising Funds
Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park To Buy 34 Acres
Developer and County Cooperate to Save Rappahannock Battle Land
State Reneges On Spotsylvania Bypass
Congress Passes Bills Affecting Civil War Battlefield Preservation
Concern About Precedent of Another Memorial At Antietam
The Story Behind A Civil War Painting Is Uncovered
Documents Thief Sentenced As Judge Sends 'Message To The Public'
Preservationists Focus On 175-Mile Route 15 Through Three States

Friends & Family Celebrate and Remember Brian Pohanka's Life

New Radio Tower Atop Kennesaw Mountain Stirs Controversy

Brian Pohanka's Wife Will Carry On His Works

Mystery Of The H.L. Hunley Sinking Is Closer To Being Solved

Friends Ask, The Manassas Battlefield Park or Parkway?

NPS Launches New Civil War Website

Local & National Groups Oppose Proposed Casino in Gettysburg
Valley Foundation Buys 'Key Point' At Fisher's Hill
October Event To Recall Confederate Evacuation From Gettysburg

'Blue, Gray & Green' Economic Benefits Of Preservation
Not Another Steinwehr: Nonprofits Try to Protect Gettysburg's Baltimore Pike
Resaca Dodges Power Line Threat

Casino Is Proposed Near Gettysburg

April National Geographic Focuses On Plight Of Battlefields

Philadelphia Civil War Museum Hires New Director

'Old Baldy' Will Remain On Longterm Museum Loan

Shiloh Prepares For June 3 Dedication Of Tennessee Monument

Wichita Art Museum Is Focusing On The Civil War

Museum, Land Slated For First Purchase To Expand Wilson's Creek National Battlefield

Wilson's Creek Battlefield Feels Development Pressure

Don Pfanz Creates Walking Tour Of Fredericksburg National Cemetery
First Civil War Orientation Center Opens in Valley at McDowell
Gettysburg Foundation Closes In On $$ Goal, Plans Groundbreaking
Ox Hill/Chantilly Battlefield Is Moving Toward Being A Full Park
Museum of the Confederacy Looks To State For Help
DUV Schedules Union Veteran's Funeral In Missouri
CWPT Faces April 30 Deadline for Harpers Ferry Funds
Jefferson Barracks PX Building Is Future Home Of Missouri Civil War Museum
Civil War Battles, Ceremonies, Talks To Note Surrender 140th Anniversary
Franklin, Tenn., Officials Approve $2.5M Matching Funds For Land
Tredegar National Civil War Center To Unveil Its New Name, Logo & Plans
Civil War Preservation Trust Lists Endangered Battlefields
Sons Of Confederate Veterans In Leadership Dispute
Antietam's Pry House To Open As Seasonal Medical Museum Site
Federal Panel Proposes To Curb Conservation Easements
Civil War Trails Program Moves To North Carolina
Trevilian Group Buys 939 Acres, Seeks Donations
Vandals Spray-paint Jefferson Rock At Harpers Ferry
Preservationists Face Money Quandary At Brandy Station
Author Inspires New Yorker To Find Two Long Island Towns' War Graves
Wanted: A Home for the Second Gettysburg Cyclorama
9 Acres At Parker's Crossroads Saved
Wills House Auction Of Lincoln Room Items Benefits Borough
Georgia Couple Tries To Protect 1864 Confederate Fort
John Cissell Retires; Reflects on Kennesaw Past & Future
Gettysburg Replants 5 Orchards
Artisans Hammer Out The Lady Farm Heritage In Gettysburg
Site Is Chosen For Vermont State Marker At The Wilderness
Nashville's Fort Negley Opens To The Public
20th Maine 'Reunion Banner' Is A Modern Creation
Trevilian Station Group Saves 3 More Sites, Needs Help
New Trail Will Provide First Access To Antietam's Final Phase